Thanks for sharing
here is a new personal work. It started the idea from a messy sketch on Ipad.
I like the idea when dragons looks like pets and behave the same way
Then I stumbled on really cool twitter account haruki_creation, they post Asian-made sculptures.
I love the way they treat details and how they paint them.
I wanted to make something similar.
I tried my painting with polypaint on a very flat light matcap in zbrush.
As usual I made very quick topology and UVs to continue to texture it in substance painter and render in redshift. Here is the result. Hope you like it!
some of references:
Love it very much!
Beautiful and exceptional CG. I love it.
Like milk and ink
Your sculpts are so magical, they capture a sort of dream-like essence! so wonderful!
Thanks everyone! (ᵔᴥᵔ)
Maria, I just read this entire thread… you have a very unique talent. Absolutely beautiful sculptures… I hope you are casting some of your animal pieces in bronze, I think they would sell very well.
Just Amazing, so much love in it!!!
I like how much it reminds me of all the paintings, sculptures and decoration in Ludwigsburg, my home town where there’s a castle of a Barock-era Herzog, Baron and Graf. This is what it looks like in aerial view:
I like how much it reminds me of all the sculptures, paintings and decoration in Ludwigsburg, my home town where there’s a castle of an ancient Herzog, Baron and Graf. This is what it looks like in aerial view:
Really impressive projects! I really admire your talent, i’ve been following you in Instagram for a long time. I love the composition from the dragon and all those little details.
Old School , Thanks, man! Hopefully I will print it in future!
New post here. I made it as a friendly battle with Eugene Lukashevich.
Based on the sketch by Marko Djurdjevic https://www.instagram.com/p/BkK8AAaH-yp/
It took 4 days. It was really nice to try out male character masculine type!
…and awesome : )
Here is Paul Bonner`s Throll
At first I tried to make it fast and sketchy but it took longer than I expected
You can watch the first 4 hours of sculpting on the stream (my window is at the bottom)
Some polypaint images: